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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE r- TJ1E LETUBniDGE DAII.Y I1KIULD OTTAWA, Marvh do- They itia arisir.s out ol rcfuwl Vniu-tl Srau'.- liue.s a1, The border ami fi parlUmcut (o snevtiou daylight sav- if ii is not Vtiuwn as ing ami the aitjureii: it be necessary of the raihvays lu make their time- thai bf adviir.rtiUottt1 huar. tables conform with Uioje of ihe Chatham Adopts oi when iha scheme inU' CH.VY11AM, OIIL. Jlareli offset in that country arc heirs U jioimeU oui timing cc el lUo uigUi by A. K- K thai if ihe railways co-i! ;Uti Atceriuau time situa vtll he iruvti The ssine i; fur ihe fa raters and iba: Ctun- r.ani hi? adopted ibc daylight v T thU sum r H> ;i result of ihr> Jlrtiadi? advaiioins their at ;v trciMl. uncling of the cjtj- lathers year in a "lemon" ar.d sho ifs oi rural fOus be ftiiii s lo stick lu stai the rail- Whole of B. C. May VICTORIA, Marcii ?n the action o; the houso of etui in defeating the daylight, 'uieasyro, today nil point to the I'robabUiiy MARCH 1910 couiUtions lie abauiloned tlic aJiwiiiit to rt-ach ihis vurl. iiiuVvus proccKHnj- lo Halifax. jt litre ihe aviators would ktoji iiiolr airiilunc- on Iraanl tho iMgby mid allwv.t to Und yioiu Ijcro oil Hio R'luru Iriy uj UK- sU.iracr. vva.i liraatod. Mould hi daVs 1111 di-r llial Had Tentatively SH April NERVY WORK As Date When Tvial Should Siait Victoria ami ifo. tiaiis ntivie i'f Kriftfh Colma- u-Ssewlierf in iiii will iiat (hcrr e.itffcs cart an j-Car of in lo (Jio railways of of the hi ;ho house Ian HighU J. IX said ihn Vancouver Liksly Will T. B. MACAU LEY I'tesiJc-Hi of Sm: Life Assurance re.iori suo another had uiancrand no: ibe uiauer anuj .Marvh is v.ouM u ci tru-ij: lir-dgo until heipuiwe-l very ilm 10 ii. 1: is that tb-4; wilj adopt daylight saving. Tiie city niatier is being TOilar by! council is to consider Die mutter in t Larfic Cities Favor It TOKO STO, .M arc U '2 dgln c t TOilar b of railways. to i 113 o went of Utiawa adopting ilsylixh CoiupiifttioHs M'ilS ensue To tfT. JOH.VS. MM-, js-tojintr Dlgby, wfluli htre jwith Uarry ami Commander MacKonne Ciiovo. BrU- isli aviators, anj the airs-lane1 win iti yn y.ui.jp'- cy ilyj acro.-a the Atlantic, I2u I mllvs off Oiis port (odiy ty Uv ilotd. On account ot this ulocr.j'-U-, can-j tain of the DJfiby wus hi-tincttd to enter Flac-oniia Bay, on the and land (he airmen airsiiip then1, but it is believed li-.ut unless] the ice lie-Ms move off. hv will be to proceed to Halifax. Sudi ia detour vouM delay vun-Uerjlily the 'pJatis for tbe been tentaiively set for April U. Tfie Ulgby's en plain svtit wonl by wireless Uiat of tiic ice O'X, Ark., Jlaroli Two Hlaskcd b.vulils last li'sh; ueld up :i St. and 'sun I'liiiu-isvo train near Bridge Jinution anil escapcil with about 5C.OOO in curretny. taken from tbe express When tlie tnfiuter llio robbers lie was ditr to pass an- other rasseuger train .11 Illc junction, ho said they tola iiim they had sent a man ahead to Hag that irain to prevent a. wrcfk. Xo trace cf tbs bandits has been found, c.e. WAN! EAfiiy PEACE l.O.VUOX, JUin-h a meeting of (lio osec.utive boaj-'.of liic. National Socialist Pany and Socialist mem- bers of parliatnent yeslerJny, A oluiioii ttat unanimously aJonKd urg- Hie complesum ot.a 'at llic Ajearliest nioateiii. In vtes- o! Uho cluxorj ati'J anarcby us a couscqnem-e. the delay m ftsius ilio terms at i At tlie same meeting arraugemeitts j were niailo for carrying on .special' jprop.uaiiila tbrousliout Hie coiitilrr.! jeiUfcially in tho industrial centres I a view, it was stated, to expos- jius thu ilangers atul fallacies of llol- shevistn. A series of will bs! he leading in-J jduJlns Henry 51. llyndman. Sue.I I ialist i.arty leader, anil Thome. SPECIALS FOR at the the I (row rer'Oi'is recclvei! from nearly all Oi Canada this morning, follow- member? if the sticks ta staml- his tlie rejection Jiight by the r u'l'iV Mrhamem 01 the summer .Vssels mos One Hundred M an hour. rsrlisr.-.c" saying scheme, the isrger! may its niHlouhtert poivtr suj the principal industries" iiusiness Wntten over ilie taihvays would he 5-1 a item jit to interfere Oittwa's and u is quite sible that April may pee the ef the ftouec conducted on star.risril lime with iho city clock vqrld's most exquisite musical gems have been inspired by jhis gentle are caught all'their ethereal grace on Columbia :Records. Ask your Dealer to play Columbia Records for you: A Limited Quantity of Smoked Picnic Hams 6-8 pound average. While they hut, at 2fic. per pound SfRIKS (C.iitie) C4.it.jo Sywphony Orthtitr.1. WEDDING MARCH 12-tMkfl.iO. SING SWEET Luc? 12-iaJi riiiNG LiBlc Love >nj ud PRINCESS Piince'l Qtcbcitrt. A52S6, 12-int, II JO. pRSNO EEMKADE (P. Piir.ce'j THE tADY PICKING MUL. ZERJURS (Kelll) Frince'i SPRING'S AWAKENING, (S.r.dtT.oni. Felice A bKEAM JANCY Felice The; Columbia Grafonofa 5 Tone it is'idwt hai always made the Columbia GrafcnoU famous. And -what other quality would you have aa die outitanding feature of any instrument? Coiumbra tone it the product of match- less catc in the seasoning and fashioning of the wood and of basic tupeiioriliet in the Reproducer. And it it still further controlled and beautified hy the exclusive Columbia "tone 'You should really hear Columbia .tone to appreciate it. Ail whatever the price, have it. Acr Columbia Ihe and Columbia Records for yoa wUrwut obligation. SPUING SONG, C.ioHn. Wl.iu. SWllTEjr ITORT EVER TOLD milt. A1432 10-SnJ, fl.OO. SPRING SONG, P.Wo C.t.1., Cfllix, .nd APRIS UN (K.urel. P.blo Cutli, li-Irai, ft.St. SPRING SONG, Soxg w.rJ. No. 30 Priprc'j Oich'evvrM, BMC! LtlLL- ART S'.ell, L-jhkr Violin. Flrte H.ip Trio. 9fc. SPRING SONG. Son; vilHoul No. 30 F.llrrv R.nd, FLT MAZtlRKA (Sti.un) KJl.r; ,Aim, Me.. SPKING V01CCSJ Violence MicEeth, Sopi.no,